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25 Fitzwilliam Street

History of 25 Fitzwilliam Street

1901:

George Peck, 74, chemist, b Cambridge

Edith Emily, 36, daughter, b Cambridge

Ernest Saville Peck, 34, chemist pharmaceutical, b Cambridge

Robert Hatcher, assistant, 21, chemist pharmaceutical, b Lancs

Rose Porter, 20, housemaid, b Cambridge

Wilhelmina Thorpe, 20, cook, b Cambridge

In 1891 the family were at 36 Trumpington Street.

In 1911 Ernest Saville Peck was living with his family at Halesowen, Hills Road.

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